Monica Santana

Monica Santana
Universidad Pablo de Olavide | UPO · Department of Business Organization and Marketing

PhD

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Introduction
Monica Santana currently works at the Department of Business Organization and Marketing , Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Monica does research in Business Administration and Human Resources. Her current projects are 'Sustainable HRM' and 'Human resource strategies and practices in crisis times'.

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The objective of this paper is to perform an in-depth analysis of the literature on the competencies for implementing and leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) within organisations. From a bibliometric study using SciMat with articles from the Web of Science database, we identified 421 papers published between 1992 and 2020. This study offers a s...
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In the highly complex world of human resource management (HRM), organizations need to maintain both an inward and an outward approach in times of crisis. To adequately manage human resources, it is necessary to consider the environment and the literature on turnaround strategy. This study combines the literature on both turnaround and HRM to focus...
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Background: The COVID-19 pandemic made workers suddenly change their routines and several companies adopted a remote work modality. This change quickly started to be analysed in academic literature. Objective: This study aimed to perform a scientific mapping on the theme "remote work" to highlight the prominent themes associated with the subject...
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This paper provides a systematic review of the phenomenon of menopause at the workplace from a sustainable career perspective, by highlighting its major themes along with the evolution and tendencies observed in this field. A conceptual science mapping analysis based on co-word bibliographic networks was developed, using the SciMAT tool. From 1992...
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There is currently an intense debate about the impact of technological developments on the future of work (FoW). Messages about robots taking jobs from humans, the “robots tax” debate and the challenges in the adoption of new technologies in our daily job routines are continuously surrounding us. However, before discussing the impact of new technol...
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The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a crisis, influencing people’s lives around the world. Many countries have implemented measures to reduce infections, such as lockdown, the shutdown of businesses, universities and schools, social distancing, hygiene regulations and mobility tracking. Undoubtedly, the new directions in the Future of Work will be aff...
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The current socio-economic and politico-humanitarian crisis is reflected in the progressive entanglement of social cohesion. The increase of social, political, and economic vulnerabilities, consequently with the perspective of local human development, make one realize the importance of dimensions such as social capital—and in the networks of relati...
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This study aims to shed more light on our understanding of the learning consequences of an emerging pedagogical approach to teaching: the flipped classroom. This approach proposes a change of paradigm in which students are expected to assimilate concepts prior to attending classes with the objective of dedicating class time to the completion of act...
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A pesar del interés en la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos en los últimos años, aún deben abordarse varios problemas para proporcionar claridad y comprensión conceptual. Este artículo tiene como objetivo ofrecer una revisión sistemática de la literatura de la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos, destacando los principales tem...
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A pesar del interés en la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos en los últimos años, aún deben abordarse varios problemas para proporcionar claridad y comprensión conceptual. Este artículo tiene como objetivo ofrecer una revisión sistemática de la literatura de la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos, destacando los principales tem...
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This article aims to systematise and provide a structure for research into the Future of Work (FoW). We used SciMAT to conduct a science mapping analysis based on co-word bibliographic networks. The Web of Science (WoS) database was used for article retrieval, and a total of 2,286 documents were identified from 1959 to 2019. Our results are counter...
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Despite the relevance of human resources in the management of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), confusion and theoretical chaos are still evident in the area. This manuscript provides a systematic review of the link between CSR and Human Resource Management (HRM), stressing the main topics along with the evolution and tendencies founded in thi...
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This manuscript presents a systematic review of “sustainable human resource management” (HRM), highlighting its major themes and the evolution and tendencies observed in this field. It contributes to the development of this relatively new topic, offering a critical evaluation and identifying the highest impact research strands. The Web of Science d...
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This study investigates the coevolution of the sources of decline, the turnaround strategy and the human resource strategy (HRS) at Iberia Airlines, together with the influence of employee responses to these strategies. The analysis of several moments of organisational decline at Iberia, comparing measures adopted in pre- and post-financial crisis...
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The influence of national institutions, particularly employee representation, on managers’ turnaround strategies remains largely unexplored in the literature. Therefore, this paper assesses the pressures that affected two European airline companies, British Airways (BA) and Iberia, and their turnaround responses in a context of economic crisis and...
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When a company goes into crisis, the first and most typical response is the dismissal of people, even before considering the sources of the decline. Although the reduction of costs may seem a quick and reasonable measure in this context, downsizing is not the only possibility, nor the most advisable response when facing decline. In turn, by identif...

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